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  • Albania - [Travel] Albania ferry guide
    All the informations, web sites, timetables, tariffs and contacts for all the ferries to Albania, but also some suggestions for an excellent trip and for saving money and time.
  • Albania - [Travel] Tourism development committee
    The Republic of Albania is located in the western part of the Balkan
    Peninsula and it shares borders with Montenegro and Kosovo to the
    north and northeast , with FYR of Macedonia to the east and
    Greece to the south . In the western part the Albanian shores
    are soaked by Adriatic and Ionian seas.
  • Albania - [Directory]
    Albanian Business directory. The Albanian Yellow Pages is the first all Albanian Business Directory and Information Resource combined in one, making it a valuable "to have" in every Albanian household. The Albanian Yellow Pages lists Albanian owned and operated businesses as well as others doing business with Albanians all over the world such as the US, Canada, Albania, Kosova and other parts where Albanians live and work. The Albanian Yellow Pages lists important numbers of Albanian governmental institutions, media outlets, universities, organizations, religious institutions etc making it a "no throw out" book.
  • Albania - [Directory] Kosova Yellowpages
    Its goal is to provide a large database of information to people all around the world. You, dear visitor, can currently find and visit ads of more than 500 companies such as airline organizations, banks, books, insurance companies, beauty salons, car dealer, accounters, advertisings, auto-repair, lawyers, bakeries, wedding services, etc.
  • Albania - [Info] Albania CIA factbook
    Poor and backward by European standards, Albania is making the difficult transition to a more modern open-market economy. The government has taken measures to curb violent crime and to spur economic activity and trade. The economy is bolstered by remittances from abroad of $400-$600 million annually, mostly from Greece and Italy; this helps offset the sizable trade deficit.


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